The US giant has finally updated all its iOS apps by adding privacy labels.
Four months after Apple began requiring developers to add their apps’ privacy labels toApp Store listings, Google finally updated all of its most popular apps with the aforementioned information, allowing users to know exactly which ones data the company is collecting.
Google began adding app privacy labels to its apps in February after a few months of delays. The company, for example, added privacy labels to Gmail on February 22.
Google Maps, on the other hand, was updated with privacy information last week, and as noted by The 8-Bit , the US giant today updated Google Photos , its latest most popular app, with detailed privacy labels.